Since 2012, the Quatuor Éclisses is gaining ground on the French musicalstage. With complicity, originality and subtlety, the four guitarists are giving anew breath in the classical guitar sphere. They propose a new outlook ontheir instrument by creating ambitious and innovative transcriptions fromthe piano or orchestra repertoire. Winner of the 1st European Chamber Musiccompetition of the FNAPEC in 2013, they thus followed ensembles such as theWanderer trio or the Ysaÿe Quartet.They met at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, whichis the best superior music school in France. Since then, they are friends. Andthey are carrying out a brilliant international career that led them to theUnited States, Switzerland, Indonesia, Jordania, Algeria. In France, they playedin Paris in the sumptuous Théâtre du Châtelet, the legendary Hôtel Nationaldes Invalides, the International Festival of Guitars. And out of Paris, theyplayed in various festivals: Les Flâneries Musicales - Reims, Les JeudisMusicaux des Eglises Romanes - Royan, Classica Bandol, Musique en Côte deNacre - Courseulles...French radio programs like “Plaisirs d’amour”, “Les traverses du temps”, “Lemagazine des festivals”, “Leur Premier CD” and “Génération... JeunesInterprètes” on France Musique, “Le Rendez-vous” on France Culture, andRadio Classique is regularly inviting us. National and international press isalso covering their activities (Washington Post, Télérama, GuitareClassique...).Their first record, “Guitares” (2013, Ad Vitam Records) also reflects theirdesire to introduce a large and varied repertoire, including original pieces forquartet and unknown transcriptions for orchestra from Bach and Rossini.Their next record (release in 2015) will gather proper transcriptions fromFrench musicians of the late 19th and 20th century.The Quatuor Éclisses is also willing to pass on its knowledge and passion toyoung guitarists through masterclasses and educational workshops.The Quatuor Éclisses is sponsored by Savarez.